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Less than three years' experience of guarding immigration detainees...And then a gigantic government contract to run two more detention centres. Why didn't the work go to a company more experienced than Mitie? The competition The UK's most
A Jordanian-born man convicted in a 1982 airline bombing that killed a Japanese teenager remains in U.S...Mohammed Rashed was freed from prison last March after spending more than two decades in custody in Greece and the United States. As of
The UK's second largest immigration detention centre is about to open in Weymouth. Jennifer Allsopp reports on local responses to the immanent presence of hundreds of foreigners, locked up off the coast of this small and friendly town. The thing
Since October 2012, when the Department of Immigration reopened the centre, the government has paid Toll Holdings $3.5 million for kitchen facilities. Toll declined to comment and on Friday the department had yet to respond to questions. But a photo
Morrison flags shift to Top End as centres close Updated February 28, 2014 12:54:33 Darwin will be the centre of Australia's onshore immigration detention network as the Federal Government looks to close down other centres around Australia.
Young asylum seeker from Iraq pictures at the boundary fence at the Oval on Nauru. Photo / Kenny Rodger The ASX-listed company's links to the detention centres have caused controversy for the Biennale of Sydney this week because of a related company'
The Royal PNG Constabulary has released the preliminary report into the death of 23-year-old Iranian asylum seeker Reza Berati. Mr Berati was killed during violence at the immigration detention centre late on February 17. The PNG report has found Mr
International has used Tony Abbott's goodies-baddies reference to warring sides in the Syrian conflict to call on the prime minister to end Australia's treatment of asylum seekers. Australia has the capacity to resettle 7500 Syrian refugees in
Sam McLean from activist group GetUp says more than 600 snap protests are planned for Sunday night, from Queensland cattle stations to Sydney's Town Hall and Federation Square in Melbourne. The protests come days after Mr Berati, 23, was killed and
An independent investigation into the death of 23-year-old Reza Berati in Papua New Guinea is expected to take several months, but initial reports that the violence took place outside the centre's perimeter already look wide of the mark. "The further